Survey: Americans divided on health-care reform

“A majority (52 percent) of white evangelical Protestants favor the Supreme Court overturning the health care law. White mainline Protestants … Continued

“A majority (52 percent) of white evangelical Protestants favor the Supreme Court overturning the health care law. White mainline Protestants are more divided, with 44 percent in favor of the Supreme Court overturning the law, and 34 percent opposed. By contrast, nearly half (46 percent) of Catholics oppose the Supreme Court overturning the health care law, while 36 percent are in favor. A strong majority (60 percent) of minority Christians oppose the Supreme Court overturning the health care law.”

Public Religion Research Institute survey shows U.S. Christians divided in support for health-care reform law. The Supreme Court will decide the law’s fate Thursday.

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Mark Gail

THE WASHINGTON POST

Tourists walk by Dutch Anderson, a high school government teacher from Pleasanton, Calif. and Laura Brennaman, a nurse from Fort Myers, Fla., who sat waiting in line at the U.S. Supreme Court for the the Affordable Care Act decision on Wednesday.

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